This is a Beautifully Carved and Rare Red Painted Wood Paddle Fragment from the Top of a Paddle from the Warapu Village of Sissano Lagoon, West Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. The ornamental motifs adorning these paddle fragments are clear expressions of a local clan symbols of a particular location or a tribe. They appear on both ceremonial and everyday use objects, from carefully crafted items to simple or intricately carved designs. They can also be linked to ancestors. This unique red paddle fragment would be a wonderful addition to your collection or home.
COMES ON A STAND
Shows age and Natural Wear Some Chipping
26.5 Inches Tall
27.5 Inches Tall on Stand
8 Inches Wide Middle
3 Inches Wide Top and Bottom
6 Inch Long Handle
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